City On a Hill

Outstanding Drama Series

 

Idealistic assistant D.A. Decourcy Ward and corrupt-yet-venerated FBI veteran Jackie Rohr come together to take on a family of armored car robbers in a case that grows to involve, and ultimately subvert, the entire criminal justice system of Boston.

For Your Consideration

 

Outstanding Drama Series

Executive Producers: Tom Fontana, Barry Levinson, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Jennifer Todd, Chuck MacLean, Michael Cuesta
Co-Executive Producers: Kevin Bacon, Jorge Zamacona
Producers: Irene Burns, Amy Herman

Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

Michael Cuesta, Directed by

Pilot, “The Night Flynn Sent the Cops on the Ice”

Kyra Sedgwick, Directed by

Episode 107, “There are No F**king Sides”

Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series

Judy Henderson, CSA, Casting by

Carolyn Pickman, Location Casting by

Wendy O’Brien, Original Casting by

Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour)

Alex Disenhof, Director of Photography

Pilot, “The Night Flynn Sent the Cops on the Ice”

Joe Collins, Director of Photography

Episode 110, “Mayor Curley and the Last Hurrah”

Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series

Michael O’Keefe as Salvy Clasby
Episode 105, “From Injustice Came The Way To Describe Justice”

Lee Tergesen as Vito Lupo
Episode 102, “What They Saw at Southie High”

Outstanding Main Title Design

Ian Dawson, Creative Director

Nathan Boldman, Co-Creative Director/ Designer and Animator

Lauren Mayer Beug, Designer and Editor

Outstanding Main Title Theme Music

Kevin Kiner, Music by

Dean Kiner, Co-Composer

Sean Kiner, Co-Composer

Outstanding Period and/or Character Hairstyling

Kat Drazen, Hair Department Head

Dennis Bailey, Hair Department Co-Head

Outstanding Period Costumes

Sarah Edwards, Costume Designer

Kate Edwards, Costume Designer

Gali Noy, Assistant Costume Designer

Episode 110, “Mayor Curley and the Last Hurrah”

Outstanding Period and/or Character Makeup (Non-Prosthetic)

Beate Petruccelli, Co-Department Head Makeup Artist

Kymbra Kelley, Co-Department Head Makeup Artist

Episode 109, “The Deaf Sage of Pompeii”

Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)

Kevin Kiner, Music by

Pilot, “The Night Flynn Sent the Cops on the Ice”

Outstanding Music Supervision

Chris Tergesen, Music Supervisor

Pilot, “The Night Flynn Sent the Cops on the Ice”

Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Contemporary Program (One Hour or More)

Keith Cunningham, Production Designer

Jeremy Woodward, Art Director

Kyra Friedman-Curcio, Set Decorator

Pilot, “The Night Flynn Sent the Cops in the Ice”

Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series

Joseph Hobeck, ACE

Jim Stewart, ACE

Pilot, “The Night Flynn Sent the Cops on the Ice”

Deborah Moran, ACE

Episode 107, “There are No F**king Sides”

Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series (One Hour)

Tony Pipitone, Supervising Sound Editor

James David Redding III, Sound Effects Editor

Jay Fisher, Dialogue Editor

Louis Bertini, ADR Editor

Neil Cedar, Foley Editor

Nick Caramela, Foley Artist

Tass Filipos, Music Editor

Episode 109, “The Deaf Sage of Pompeii”

Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour)

Griffin Richardson, Production Sound Mixer

Episode 109, “The Deaf Sage of Pompeii

Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series

Emily Ragsdale, Written by
J.M. Holmes, Written by

Episode 107, “There Are No F**king Sides”

“an impressive cast led by Kevin Bacon, wraps race, crime, city government and family melodrama in a “Wire” like package”

– The New York Times

“steller cast, terrific writing and brisk pacing”

– New York Post

“Unapologetically gritty and pulls no punches”

– Entertainment Weekly

“Tucker and Bacon… both so damn addictive onscreen you can’t help but fall under their spell”

– IndieWire

“Aldis Hodge is strong”

– The Baltimore Sun

“a gorgeous interwoven narrative… with truly grim bits of cinematography and a brisk pace that will demand you run alongside it, nearly breathless… a knockout”

– Paste

Kevin Bacon

as Jackie Rohr

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Aldis Hodge

as Decourcy Ward

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

JILL HENNESSY

as Jenny Rohr

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

MARK O'BRIEN

as Jimmy

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

LAUREN E. BANKS

as Siobahn Quays

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

AMANDA CLAYTON

as Cathy Ryan

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

JERE SHEA

as Hank Signa

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

SARAH SHAHI

as Rachel Benham

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

RORY CULKIN

as Clay Roach

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

CATHY MORIARTY

as Dottie Ryan

Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series

Episode 106, “It’s Hard to Be a Saint in the City”

MARK RYDER

as Father Doyle

Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series

Episode 104, “The Wickedness of the Wicked Shall be Upon Himself”

DEAN WINTERS

as Ralph Hook

Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series

Episode 106, “It’s Hard to be a Saint in the City”

/ Episodes

S1 E1 | "The Night Flynn Sent the Cops on the Ice"

An FBI agent and a D.A. form an unlikely alliance. Series Premiere.

Written by: Chuck MacLean
Directed by: Michael Cuesta

S1 E2 | "What They Saw in Southie High"

Decourcy finds out he has a new powerful enemy in town.

Written by: Ed Bianchi
Directed by: Chuck MacLean

S1 E3 | "If Only the Fool Would Persist in His Folly"

Jackie searches for his absent informant. Decourcy works up a plan.

Written by: Christoph Schrewe
Directed by: Emily Ragsdale

S1 E4 | "The Wickedness of the Wicked Shall Be Upon Himself"

Jackie strong-arms Jimmy to find the armored truck drivers.

Written by: Hagar Ben-Asher
Directed by: J.M. Holmes

S1 E5 | "From Injustice Came the Way to Describe Justice"

Jackie and Decourcy hunt down the weapon from the Revere robbery.

Written by: Alex Zakrzewski
Directed by: Michele McPhee

S1 E6 | "It’s Hard to Be a Saint in the City"

Decourcy gets closer to connecting the stolen guns to the Revere robbery.

Written by: Metin Hüseyin
Directed by: Jorge Zamacona

S1 E7 | "There Are No F**king Sides"

With the arms dealer in custody, Jackie is a step closer to glory.

Written by: Emily Ragsdale and J.M. Holmes
Directed by: Kyra Sedgwick

S1 E8 | "High On The Looming Gallows Tree"

Jackie celebrates a win, but only in front of the cameras.

Written by: Clark Johnson
Directed by: Stephen Day

S1 E9 | "The Deaf Sage of Pompeii"

An unlikely source confides in Decourcy.

Written by: Adam Bernstein
Directed by: Matthew Nemeth 

S1 E10 | "Mayor Curley and The Last Hurrah"

Decourcy pursues justice for the murdered guards.

Written by: Christoph Schrewe
Directed by: Chuck MacLean